Al Hamli meets the Yemeni file official in German Red Cross.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, met the Yemeni file official at the German Red Cross, Caroline Nessl in Al-Hodeidah Governorate, who is currently visiting Yemen.
Al-Hamli, in the presence of the Director General of the local organizations and partners in SCMCHA Abdelsalam Al-Nawab, and the Director of the German Red Cross office in Yemen, Park Azizov, emphasized the significance of this visit to know the challenging humanitarian conditions experienced by the Yemeni people as a result of the worst humanitarian crisis in the world caused by the aggression.
Al-Hamli stressed the significance of this visit to observe the challenging humanitarian circumstances the Yemeni people are facing as a result of the worst humanitarian crisis in the world caused by the aggression and the blockade.
He emphasized that many Yemenis suffer from kidney failure, requiring the intervention of the German Red Cross to alleviate their suffering by offering medications, treatments, and technologies, so saving the patients’ lives.
He highlighted the need for more support for kidney failure centers, particularly in Hodeidah, and for the expansion of interventions in the health sector.
For her part, Nessel affirmed that the suffering of kidney failure patients is severe and painful, and that she personally experienced this while visiting the governorate’s dialysis centers. She added that she would work to make donors aware of the patients’ suffering in order to collect funds.
Muhammad Al-Razzaa, the director general of monitoring and evaluation, Abdullah Al-Ahdal, the deputy director of the council branch in Hodeidah, Ayman Kamal, the director of the dialysis center, Bashir Abdel-Hadi, and Alexander, the director of the German Red Cross office in Hodeidah, all attended the meeting.